Tag: Women’s Environmental Action

5 Environmental Defenders Who Give Us Hope

Here at Global Greengrants Fund, we believe solutions to environmental harm and social injustice come from people whose lives are most impacted. Every day, our global network of people on the frontlines and donors comes together to support communities to protect their ways of life and our planet. Because when local people have a say […]

Activism around the World: Highlights from September 2017

Each year Global Greengrants Fund makes over 800 grants to environmental activists around the world, helping to support grassroots initiatives to protect the planet and the rights of the people who call these natural places home. Here are three exciting projects we’ve supported this month. Argentina: Oil and Gas Resistance The Vaca Muerta shale formation […]

A Future We Can Vibe With

Each day at Global Greengrants Fund, our global network of people on the frontlines and donors comes together to support communities to protect their ways of life and our planet. The ways in which that support is offered can come in a variety of forms. On August 12, graphic designer and artist Marcela Szwarc hosted […]

Tune In: What to Add to Your Reading List (Part II)

It’s July. And here at our headquarters in the northern hemisphere that means that we’re smack dab in the middle of summer. Days are hot, and our cravings for popsicles and beach reads are the strongest they’ve been all year. For those looking for a little more insight from your reading material this season, look […]

Meet an Advisor: 4 Questions with Lalaina Rakotoson

An advisor on Global Greengrants’ East Africa Advisory Board, Lalaina Rakotoson is also the founder and Executive Director of the Development and Environmental Law Center in Madagascar. She is an environmental justice lawyer and Fulbright scholar with a broad range of experience working on environmental issues that impact communities, including climate change, marine and coastal resources, […]